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  2. Barclays Appoints Robert Diamond as CEO

    British bank Barclays PLC (BSC) appointed Robert Diamond Jr. as CEO, according to The Wall Street Journal. Diamond is currently the head of Barclay's investment banking business. He will replace ...

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    TCF Bank offers a full lineup of personal and business banking services and loans, so it’s a good option for customers who live in the service area and enjoy the combination of both branch and ...

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    Deutsche Bank saw 110, ... Barclays is also set to hire 500 graduates this year up from 450 in 2017, the FT reported. ... More From Business Insider:

  5. Former Citi Chief on Big Banks: Break 'Em Up!

    In the years since the financial upheaval of 2008, there has been a steady stream of converts to the idea that the largest and most powerful players in the U.S. financial system need to be broken ...

  6. ING Group - Wikipedia

    ING Wholesale Banking provides banking and financial services to corporations and other institutions. The primary geographic focus of the wholesale banking business is the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland and Romania, where it offers a range of products, from cash management to corporate finance.

  7. List of companies of the United Kingdom A-J - Wikipedia

    Barclays plc — financial services company (banking, investment management, and wealth management). Established in 1690, its headquarters is in London. In 2019 its revenue was £21.6 billion, with a net income of £3.3 billion.

  8. Absa Bank Mauritius - Wikipedia

    Absa Bank Mauritius is a large financial services company, serving corporate clients, high networth individuals, retail customers and small and medium enterprises. As of September 2010, the bank had assets of MUR:127,295,000,000 (US$3.343 billion), with shareholders' equity of MUR:16,011,000,000 (US$420.494 million).

  9. Bó (bank) - Wikipediaó_(bank)

    The name of the new banking brand, Bó, was announced in September 2018. Following a period of beta testing by RBS Group employees, Bó was launched to the public on 27 November 2019. The development of Bó was estimated as costing £100 million. The chief executive officer of Bó, Mark Bailie, announced that he would be leaving the bank in 2020.